Question about Dell Dimension 2400 PC Desktop
Sounds like a bus thruput problem. you probably have too much happening on your computer and/or not enough ram and cpu resources. You can beef up your video card by replacing the one thats in it already with a high end card, and add extra ram to your machine. Most pentium 4 machines at 1.4ghz or higher can play videos on windows XP while running 1 gig of ram on an nvidia 7500 or higher gpu with 128 dedicated gpu ram on-card. Basically, your computer is choking on the data and it cannot produce it fast enough to play smoothly. you need to upgrade your pc to gain additional cpu resources. Best option is speak with a pc shop to see about upgrades.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
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